Strong #EatThinkVote campaign points to need for Canadian Food Policy Council

Food issues are cross-cutting and complex. Who better to deliberate on them than a council that brings together the best minds from the relevant levels of government, industry, and civil society?

A food policy council would consist of stakeholders and representatives from all parts of the food system.

By Peter Andrée

PUBLISHED : Thursday, Oct. 29, 2015 11:34 PM

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